While standing on what might be a boat or dock of some kind, Jenner can be seen sporting a blue Team U.S.A. one-piece bathing suit.
She's also rocking a pair of dark, aviator-style sunglasses.
Michael Miller, who has photographed stars like Eazy-E, Angelina Jolie, and Jack Nicholson, says the Jenner sisters used a photo he snapped of Tupac on their t-shirts without his approval. Miller is sticking to his word to sue for a cut of the profits made off of the shirts with his photo on them.
Todd Wilson, a Jenner/Kardashian family representative, spoke out and said that Miller's lawsuit is absurd since the sisters had no hand in the creation of the t-shirts.
He says the two did give approval for the designs, but went on to clarify that they rely on the staff of their brand to handle everything else. Wilson says this is essentially "like suing an actor for being in a movie."
In addition to the Tupac shirts, the mother of hip-hop icon Notorious B.I.G.
Voletta Wallace posted a photo to her Instagram account that showed a t-shirt from the Jenner sisters clothing line, which featured her son along with a prominent picture of Jenner.
The shirt has a large red X across it and verbiage in the picture that read, "This product has no affiliation to the Notorious B.I.G estate."
It continued, "The estate was never contacted about using The Likeness of Biggie."
In her comment on the post, Wallace wrote, "I am not sure who told [Kylie Jenner] and [Kendall Jenner] that they had the right to do this. The disrespect of these girls to not even reach out to me or anyone connected to the estate baffles me."
The fact that she tagged their Instagram handles shows that she wants them to know she is furious about their actions.
Her comment continued, "I have no idea why they feel they can exploit the deaths of 2pac and my Son Christopher to sell a t-shirt. This is